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Today's National Newspaper Headlines/News - 14/4/2015

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National Newspaper headlines looks interesting today but its still all about politics and i really dont think Political news will simmer down right now.







PUNCH

ANXIETY AS SUPREME COURT DECIDES FAYOSE'S FATE TODAY

here was anxiety in Ekiti State as the Supreme Court in Abuja prepared to deliver judgment on Tuesday (today) in the appeal filed by the All Progressives Congress against the victory of Governor Ayodele Fayose in the June 21, 2014 governorship election.

Fayose, in a state-wide broadcast on Monday, asked residents to maintain the peace and go about their lawful duties.




The governor, who thanked the people for voting overwhelmingly for all the Peoples Democratic Party's candidates in the Saturday House of Assembly elections, said the victory had confirmed that he had a genuine mandate of the people.

He said that he was sure that he would be vindicated at the end of the day and triumph over whatever plot being hatched to truncate his tenure*




*WE CAN'T CANCEL RIVERS, AKWA IBOM RESULTS –INEC

The Independent National Electoral Commission has said it has no power to cancel the results of the governorship and state Houses of Assembly elections in Rivers and Akwa Ibom states.

It made this known to The PUNCH a few hours after the European Union Election Observation Mission to Nigeria on Monday called for a probe of   the "severe problems" that characterised the polls in the two states.

The Chief Press Secretary to the INEC chairman, Kayode Idowu, said those calling on the commission to cancel   the results were misdirecting their request.

He   explained that once results had been announced by INEC , only election petition tribunals had the power to cancel and order fresh elections.

Idowu said, "The law does not allow us to cancel any result after it has been announced. Everyone knows this.

"It is only the election petition tribunals that can order that or even cancelled the elections. We would advice anyone who is aggrieved to go to the court. "



S'WEST MAY PRODUCE NEXT DEPUTY SENATE PRESIDENT

Fresh indications emerged on Monday that the South-West geo-political zone would produce the next Deputy Senate President based on the ranking rule of the upper chamber which gives preference to returning senators.

A critical analysis of the incoming 8th Senate indicated that with a simple majority in the chamber, the All Progressives Congress' members are expected to emerge as, Senate President; Deputy Senate President; Senate Majority Leader; Chief Whip; Deputy Majority Leader and Deputy Chief Whip.

A ranking senator, who preferred anonymity, told punch correspondent that the APC Senate Caucus members were pushing for the Deputy Senate President slot to be filled by the South-West since the North-Central and the North-East were currently battling to produce the Senate President.

He said South-South and the South-East would only produce the Minority Leader, Deputy Minority Leader, Minority Whip, and Deputy Minority Whip because none of the senators from the zone, either new or old, was a member of the APC which would constitute the majority in the 8th Senate.

He said the North-West was expected to fill the slot of the Senate Leader, because there were many ranking APC senators from the zone.

*Polls: Hoodlums burn Taraba SSG's house

*Boko Haram has abducted 2,000 girls, women since 2014 –AI

*Chibok girls seen alive in Gwoza

*2016: Alamieyeseigha, Alaibe, Sylva eye Bayelsa gov

*Anti-Amaechi lawmakers win

APC NWC meets on zoning Wednesday

*Jonathan's transition committee begins sitting

Elechi, governor-elect reconcile, pledge to restore peace

*Tension in Owerri as PDP supporters protest

*Don't tamper with our Ilaje victory, Mimiko warns REC

*APC thanks Lagosians for victory

*Inconclusive poll: Violence rages in Taraba, three killed

*There was no election in Borno – Lawan

*Abia governorship poll inconclusive – INEC

*We can't raise ransom, kidnapped boys' parents lament

*Residents panic as election death toll rises in Lagos


VANGUARD

*Buhari'll reduce petrol to N40/L —David-West

*Sack IGP, Service Chiefs, Police Reform Group urges Buhari

*Court remands man in prison for allegedly killing 6-yr-old son

*Violence, interference most pronounced in Rivers, Akwa Ibom —EU

*Imo election result: INEC scuttles

*N25.7bn theft charge: EFCC wants ruling on Atuche's application adjourned

*NUPENG sets agenda for Buhari in petroleum industry

*BOKO HARAM: 800,000 children have fled homes in North-east — UNICEF

*Plateau governorship election: How Jang was brought down

*Akwa Ibom Gov: The crisis that trailed the polls

*Enugu gov: Universal conspiracy for Ugwuanyi's victory

*Buhari'll reduce petrol to N40/L —David-West

*Egypt's Petrojet wins $185m contract for Iraq gas project

*Why SEC's Complaint Management framework may not work (3)

*Danish company to produce electricity through wind

*Sahara Group optimistic over prospect

*Crude Production: BMI projects slim growth


THIS DAY


*Guber Polls: Okowa, Lalong, Wike, Others Declared Winners

*Chibok Girls One Year After: BBOG Commemorates Anniversary

*Senate Presidency: Tinubu's Camp Backs Akume, Amaechi, Others Push for Saraki

*One Year After, Military Keeps Mum on Chibok Girls

*FG Transition C'ttee Meets, Discusses Guidelines for Handover

*Tension in Anambra INEC as N'Assembly Results Can't Be Certified

*Confusion, Gunshots as Ondo Deputy Governor's Convoy Enters Government House

*Ibori's Release Dims as Court Adjourns Hearing Till June Next Year

*US Regrets Loss of Lives in Guber Polls, Congratulates Nigerians, INEC

*Jonathan, Buhari Mourn Tekena Tamuno

*S'West to Benefit from Regime Change, Says APC

*Oil Theft: Court Revokes Bail for Accused

*123 Applicants Benefit from Emeka Offor Foundation Scholarship Scheme

*Senators Describe Jega as Hero

*APC, PDP Trade Blame over Outcome of Guber Polls

*APC Loses Seven Assembly Seats to PDP in Lagos

*VP Sambo Congratulates El-Rufai, Urges Support for Him

*Guber Candidates Concede Defeat in Kwara, Kano, Gombe, C'River

*Uduaghan Congratulates Okowa

*CSOs: Rivers, Abia, Akwa Ibom Governorship Elections Questionable


THE NATION

*Elections: APC wins 19 states as PDP takes seven

*Buhari must tackle impunity, says World Bank

*Mimiko after my life, says deputy

*The fraud called polls in Rivers, Akwa Ibom, by APC

* First Lady 'influenced Rivers governorship poll for Wike'

*Pirates dare filmmakers again, flood streets with fake October 1 movie

*Oil price crash: 6,000 jobs gone

*How to develop aviation sector, by operators

*Finally, Keshi signs WEDNESDAY

*American rapper Nelly arrested for drug abuse

*World Bank lowers sub-Saharan Africa growth forecast

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